Bengt Tribukait (b. 1964) is a highly accomplished musician specialising in organ and chamber music, and frequently performing as an accompanist.
Bengt Tribukait (born 1964) is a free-lance organist, chamber musician and accompanist. His fascination with the music of Bach awoke early, and at the age of five he stated his desire to become an organist. During childhood Tribukait mostly played the piano though. When he was 14 he spent a year of instrumentational experimentation. Then he started his organ studies. In Tribukait’s mind the organ is the most complex and interesting instrument. Yet the harpsichord, piano and harmonium have their wonderful charms, and every day Tribukait practices on different instruments.
Bengt Tribukait is a highly accomplished musician specialising in organ and chamber music, and frequently performing as an accompanist. He studied for Hans Fagius at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm, as well as for David Sanger in the UK and Jacques van Oortmerssen in Amsterdam. In 1992 he won 1 st prize at the international Organ Competition in Dublin. Bengt Tribukait has travelled widely, giving concerts in Europe, Siberia and South Africa. His repertoire stretches from the 14th century up to modern time. Many composers have written music directly for him; solo pieces as well as chamber music, and he has made some 80 first performances, many with the trio Tribukait-Pettersson-Berg (organ/piano, flute and percussion). He has performed in numerous radio and CD recordings. Bengt Tribukait undertakes tasks of widely different kinds, also as a harpsichord- and harmonium-player. Alongside music, he has a deep interest in art, litterature and the natural sciences.